Since 2007, Kunzum has served as an important guide for travellers planning journeys in India and the subcontinent – and some international destinations too.
Kunzum is a high altitude pass in the Lahaul Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh in India. And the inspiration behind the brand that is all about memorable travel experiences. Our journey started in 2007 as a travel blog by writer and photographer, Ajay Jain. And we have crossed many milestones – literally and figuratively – since then.
An independent, objective and one of the most trusted online travel information websites in India. A unique style of writing, peppered with anecdotes and illustrated with high quality photographs and videos, have won the site a fan following of tens of thousands of travellers. More at http://kunzum.com.
NEW: The Kunzum Travel Mag
A unique product, it is a monthly e-mag available as a PDF, for the iPad and Kindle, and for online reading with flipping pages on Issuu.com. Subscription is FREE at http://kunzum.com/mag.
We publish engaging and quality travel books and guides in both traditional formats as well as e-books (for the iPad, Amazon’s Kindle, other mobile readers and all computers). More at http://kunzum.com/books.
Curator of collectible photographic art
Available for your walls at home, office or resort and also as stock imagery for publishing and promotional materials. All printed on archival paper to last generations. The prints are also on display at the Kunzum Travel Café. Check the collection at http://kunzumgallery.com.
NEW: Club Kunzum
A membership program for travellers looking for those special experiences and privileges not available to all. Perks include discounts and add-ons when members book trips, photographic workshops, heritage walks, forums, offline meets, travel talks and more. More at http://kunzum.com/club.
Kunzum Travel Café
Another unique offering from Kunzum – a bricks and mortar place for the travel-minded to come together as a community, a sort of Face-to-Facebook network. Located in Hauz Khas Village in New Delhi, guests can hang around, read travel books, use free Wi-Fi, participate in events, exchange stories, enjoy music, buy photographic art, post travelogues and make travel plans. They can even order tea, coffee and cookies – and pay what they like. More at http://kunzum.com/travelcafe.
Social @ Kunzum
We are also a vibrant community of thousands of travellers on social media including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo and Flickr. Links given below.
About Ajay Jain
Ajay Jain is a full time writer, journalist and photographer based in New Delhi in India. He is not limited in his medium of expression, equally comfortable writing for newspapers and magazines, as well as his own books and blogs.
Starting his writing career in 2001, he has been covering business, technology and youth affairs before deciding to focus wholly on travel writing. He pursues his passion by being on the road as much as he can.
He has written the following books:
* Kunzum Travel List 1-25: The first is a series, each featuring 25 great holidays to choose from (http://kunzum.com/travellist)
* Delhi 101: 101 surprising ways to discover Delhi (http://kunzum.com/delhi101)
* Postcards from Ladakh: A pictorial travelogue on Ladakh (http://kunzum.com/postcardsfromladakh)
* Peep Peep Don’t Sleep: A collection of funny roads signs and ads in India. (http://PeepPeepDontSleep.com)
* Don’t Feel Stupid at 60: A light take on how we need to lead our lives so we don’t look back with regrets when we hit 60
* Let’s Connect: Using LinkedIn to Get Ahead at Work: A management book on professional networking using the world’s most popular professional networking site LinkedIn.com.
He has worked for and written columns for national publications in India including The Hindustan Times, Mint, Financial Express, Indian Management (Business Standard), Outlook Business, Deccan Herald, Mumbai Mirror (Times of India), Discover India, Swagat, Asian Age and Rediff.com. He has also edited a youth newspaper, The Campus Paper.
Prior to taking up writing, he has worked in the Information Technology and Sports Management sectors. He holds degrees Mechanical Engineering (Delhi College of Engineering, 1992), Management (Fore School of Management, 1994) and Journalism (Cardiff University, UK, 2002). His schooling was at St. Columba’s School in New Delhi.
Mobile: +91.99100 44476
Join us for Coffee at
Kunzum Travel Cafe
T-49 (GF) Hauz Khas Village
New Delhi 110016, India
B-130 (SFS) Sheikh Sarai – I
New Delhi 110017